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Focus on Funds

Focus on Funds is an e-magazine from DIY Investor.

  • What is an OEIC?

    An Open Ended Investment Company (OEIC) is broadly similar to a unit trust in that it is an open ended collective investment that expands and contracts the number of units in circulation. Unlike a unit trust, each OEIC operates as a limited liability company, quoted on the London Stock Exchange and unlike ‘unit holders’ that invest in unit trusts, those invested in OEICs are ‘shareholders’ in that investment company; OEICs are governed by company law rather than trust law.

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